Tibet, Dalai Lama thrown under the bus by Obama

 In order to be able to stand on principle, one would have to have some principles to start with.  Clearly this is not a problem for Barack Obama as he neared completion of his administration's abandonment of the Tibetan people in their desire to remain autonomous and throw off the yoke of Chinese Communist domination.

The Times of India reports:


"We did note that while we recognise that Tibet is part of the People's Republic of China, the United States supports the early resumption of dialogue" between the Dalai Lama's representatives and Beijing," Obama said after his meeting with Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao."

A dialogue about what?  If the U.S. concedes that Tibet is merely a part of China, what bargaining chips remain for the Dalai Lama to use with the Chi-Comms?  Our weak-kneed Bower-in-Chief has scraped before the Chinese leaders he so desperately needs to prevent his insane economic policies from destroying the American economy, as he effectively forfeited the issue of Tibetan sovereignty in favor of Hu Jintao's expansionist government.

Obama's October cancellation of a tentative meeting with the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, suggested that B.O. was looking for negotiating room in anticipation of his scheduled visit to Beijing.  Despite Chinese forces torching Tibetan shops and attacking its citizens, it appears the U.S. President simply folded his hand, effectively tossing the Dalai Lama and his people into the crowded undercarriage beneath the Obama bus.

Of course, Hu and company were elated at the ease with which Obama was turned against countries to whom many Americans remain sympathetic:

"Chinese President Hu Jintao hailed US President Barack Obama's recognition of sovereignty issues dear to China.

"China approves of President Obama's repeated reiteration of the one-China principle," Hu told reporters...

Hu referred to China's "sovereignty over Taiwan and other matters" during a state visit in which some Western analysts had predicted that China would also demand an explicit declaration by Washington of China's sovereignty over the restive frontier regions of Tibet and Xinjiang." 

What a pathetic performance on the international stage. While Hu Jintao is confident of Barack's support for the "one-China principle" most Americans are disgusted with B.O.'s determination to  promote his ½ America principle.  The bully boys of the world are finding that negotiating with Barack Obama is like taking candy from a baby.  America sure could use a little cowboy diplomacy. 

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target

 In order to be able to stand on principle, one would have to have some principles to start with.  Clearly this is not a problem for Barack Obama as he neared completion of his administration's abandonment of the Tibetan people in their desire to remain autonomous and throw off the yoke of Chinese Communist domination.

The Times of India reports:


"We did note that while we recognise that Tibet is part of the People's Republic of China, the United States supports the early resumption of dialogue" between the Dalai Lama's representatives and Beijing," Obama said after his meeting with Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao."

A dialogue about what?  If the U.S. concedes that Tibet is merely a part of China, what bargaining chips remain for the Dalai Lama to use with the Chi-Comms?  Our weak-kneed Bower-in-Chief has scraped before the Chinese leaders he so desperately needs to prevent his insane economic policies from destroying the American economy, as he effectively forfeited the issue of Tibetan sovereignty in favor of Hu Jintao's expansionist government.

Obama's October cancellation of a tentative meeting with the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, suggested that B.O. was looking for negotiating room in anticipation of his scheduled visit to Beijing.  Despite Chinese forces torching Tibetan shops and attacking its citizens, it appears the U.S. President simply folded his hand, effectively tossing the Dalai Lama and his people into the crowded undercarriage beneath the Obama bus.

Of course, Hu and company were elated at the ease with which Obama was turned against countries to whom many Americans remain sympathetic:

"Chinese President Hu Jintao hailed US President Barack Obama's recognition of sovereignty issues dear to China.

"China approves of President Obama's repeated reiteration of the one-China principle," Hu told reporters...

Hu referred to China's "sovereignty over Taiwan and other matters" during a state visit in which some Western analysts had predicted that China would also demand an explicit declaration by Washington of China's sovereignty over the restive frontier regions of Tibet and Xinjiang." 

What a pathetic performance on the international stage. While Hu Jintao is confident of Barack's support for the "one-China principle" most Americans are disgusted with B.O.'s determination to  promote his ½ America principle.  The bully boys of the world are finding that negotiating with Barack Obama is like taking candy from a baby.  America sure could use a little cowboy diplomacy. 

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target